Pulse width modulation (PWM) sprayers

Pulse width modulation (PWM) sprayers

PWM sprayers are continuing to improve with new technology providing more consistent performance, individual section control and turn compensation. Setting them up and using them correctly requires a good understanding of effective working speed range, correct nozzle size and determining the correct pre-set pressure.

GRDC published this publication in 2023.

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